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Individualized Outpatient Opioid and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Individualized Outpatient Opioid and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

We're passionate about finding the path that works best for you, on your road to recovery!

Addiction Recovery Takes a Team

Specialized Physicians


Our physicians are specialized in addiction treatment medicine. They combine their skills with a level of compassion and expertise that is unmatched in the industry. Our physicians want you to succeed in substance abuse treatment and will provide the most appropriate individualized treatment plan to ensure you can. We are not your ordinary Suboxone Clinic.

Individual Counseling


Every patient receives individual counseling from qualified personnel as a part of their interdisciplinary team. The counselors are an integral part of the treatment plan that will enable the patient to have their unique personal needs met. Individualized care does not happen in a group setting. 

Case Management


Case management is an interdisciplinary approach that examines all aspects of the patient's life in order determine any barriers that could prevent a successful recovery. Case management is the  ongoing process that ensures the individualized treament plan is a success.  

People don't choose to be addicted but they do choose who treats them!


Opioid addiction is not a choice. It is a medical condition that requires treatment from specialized medical professionals. Our physicians are specialized in addiction medicine and understand the science behind addiction. Part of that science is the understanding that medication assisted treatment is usually required to treat or manage opiate dependence. At Lewisburg Recovery Center, our physicians often utilize buprenorphine, commonly known as Suboxone, Subutex, Zubsolv, or Bunavail, as a part of the treatment plan for opioid addiction. Click below to learn more about buprenorphine as a treatment for opiate dependence from the National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment (NAABT)

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